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  • Frank Terbeck / emacs

    Configuration for the GNU emacs operating system. Err, sorry. Editor.

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  • Frank Terbeck / xmonad

    Configuration for the X11 window manager `xmonad'.

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  • Frank Terbeck / zsh

    My fairly large z-shell setup. This is actually a reorganised version, with a lot of old cruft sorted out.

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  • Frank Terbeck / tmux

    Configuration for the brilliant tmux

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  • Frank Terbeck / git

    Git (http://git-scm.org) is a distributed revision control system initially written by Linus Torvalds.

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  • Frank Terbeck / x11

    Assorted configuration for my x11 graphical interface. Which is xorg these days. The "xkb" sub-directory contains a custom XKB based keyboard setup.

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  • Ronald Schaten / Things

    Home sensor nodes, based on ESP8266.

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  • Frank Terbeck / fdm

    You know fetchmail or getmail? You know procmail or maildrop? Well, fdm (http://fdm.sf.net) is basically those two feature-sets combined into one nicely done application. This program was written by the same guy who brought you tmux.

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  • Frank Terbeck / lftp

    Lftp is a really powerful command-line based ftp program.

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  • Frank Terbeck / vim

    Setup for the popular vim editor. I mostly use emacs with evil-mode these days. I still use vim for the odd quick edit. But nothing more.

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  • Frank Terbeck / screen

    Setup for GNU screen. I don't really use screen anymore. I've since switched to tmux. But I still need a decent screen setup on machines, where tmux isn't available.

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  • Frank Terbeck / newsbeuter

    Called the mutt of feed readers by some. It's definitely the best[tm] terminal based feed reader. And this is the setup I'm using.

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  • Ronald Schaten / IRlicht

    IRlicht is a 4-channel (RGBW) controller for LED-lamps, based on Arduino and controlled via infrared by a universal remote.

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  • Frank Terbeck / wyrd

    This is my configuration for Wyrd - a terminal based frontend for the remind calendar application.

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  • Frank Terbeck / w3m

    My setup for this terminal based web browser. Can render tables and frames. Can also (with an addon) draw pictures in X11 terminals.

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  • Frank Terbeck / mutt

    Mutt is my old mail user agent. It's pretty powerful, and I'm keeping it around for stuff like quickly looking at an mbox file or maildir directory.

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  • Frank Terbeck / luakit

    Luakit is a minimal browser, which basically slaps a lua-interpreter around webkit. All the interface it ships is implemented in lua, which means you get full control over what is happening.

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  • Ronald Schaten / Shell-Programmierung

    Handbuch zum Einstieg in die Shell-Programmierung.

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  • Ronald Schaten / USB-Servo

    Driving a servo via USB-Port.

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  • Ronald Schaten / USB-LED-Fader

    Fading LEDs via USB-Port.

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